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Feb 18, 2011 11:00pm PST
president obama last night? next, the first comment from one of the silicon valley heavyweights sitting at the table. >>> and good sievening, i'm chi meteorologist jeff ranieri. plenty of 30s on the board, even including san francisco. you're going to want to bundle up tonight. of course, cold air up across the tahoe region. we're going to have your full ski report and when some of the best weather will be on this extended we ekend. et'l ll you know, oh, yes, when the sun returns in just a minute. l >>> okay. president obama took off from sfo this morning but only after that most dynamic dinner party in silicon valley history. so what exactly was discussed at the dinner table last night? 12 high-profile guests but only 1 is speaking about it, and he's speaking to us. the white house releasing two pictures of this closed-door summit. this is the first one. it's at the woodside home of john doerr. you know the names, steve jobs, eric schmidt and larry ellison. there's also a candid shot of mr. obama and facebook co-founder mark zuckerberg. he swapped out his usual hoodie for a sport coat. to
NBC
Feb 7, 2011 11:00pm PST
, southern california, watched the game in president obama's private viewing room. how about that? three years ago reliford got the idea to do health screenings for underserved men at local barber shops. that got the attention of president obama. he was invited to watch the big game yesterday at the white house. other guests that were there in the private super bowl party, j. lo and reverend al sharpton. >> an eclectic mix of people, don't you think? >> i would have loved to have heard what they were talking about. >> i want to know what they served, too. >> "the tonight show" with jay leno is next. >> we'll see you tomorrow night. bye-bye. >>> and now another "viewpoint, response to an editorial." >> last week we said people like us are the san francisco bay's biggest polluters, it's time we cleaned up our act and you agreed. our first viewer says how about plastic bottles? consumers want high-quality drinking water disregarding the fact that packaging, processing and delivery are far more polluting. bay lover believed it should be easy for residents to clean up their act, starting with
NBC
Feb 8, 2011 11:00pm PST
form of the procedure. >>> well, he did it for her. president obama kicked the habit. the first lady says her husband hasn't had a cigarette in almost a year. why now and why are they talking about it? the president says one of the deals he made with his wife in order to run for president is that he would quit smoking for good. >>> a family in mill valley is taking recycling to the next level. they're living a zero-waste lifestyle. what exactly is zero waste? see for yourself. it's eye opening. and they want others now to jump on board. here's nbc's vicky nguyen. >> reporter: reduce, reuse and recycle. three "rs" as familiar to you as reiting, wrighting and arithmetic. but it's the fourth "r," reuse. >> it is really not that much work if you really stop trash from entering your home. >> reporter: that means refusing to buy, refusing to use and refusing to accept anything that will end up in the trash. >> we just don't really bring it home. >> reporter: so you don't have anything to throw away. >> yeah. >> reporter: she started with small changes and now her family of four no longer n
NBC
Feb 3, 2011 11:00pm PST
slave. clashes that are slated to take place a few hours from now. >> and president obama and his administration are in talks actively with top egyptian officials about the possible and immediate resignation of egyptian president hosni mubarak, and the formation after that of an interim government. mr. obama essentially echoing the demands of the demonstrators in egypt and the senate tonight passing a nonbinding resolution calling for the embattled 82-year-old mubarak to hand over power and make way for a peaceful transition to democracy. >> until that happens, violent clashes between protesters and loyalists of mubarak continue. nbc's richard engel has more from the egyptian capital as unrest in that square escalates for a second straight day. >> reporter: downtown cairo was again a battleground today. tahrir square has become a primitive fortified camp for demonstrators. demanding that president mubarak resign. the demonstrators hide behind metal shields to throw rocks at mubarak supporters who attacked the protesters from the edges of the square. it's a bizarre scene, where pro
NBC
Feb 15, 2011 11:00pm PST
privacy. but they warn that may not be enough. >> thank you, george. >>> president barack obama plans to visit the bay area this thursday. and at this point the white house will only say that he's meeting with leaders in the business and tech communities. and that's about all they're saying. here is the president touring a plant last may. as far as this week's visit, what we do know is there will likely be a traffic jam just in time for the thursday evening and friday morning commutes. the president is scheduled to land at sfo and then take off by 9:00 a.m. friday. >>> we go in depth with an interesting guarantee. the birth of a child is priceless, but getting there can be costly for anybody having a hard time conceiving. but now two bay area fertility clinics are offering a variety of financial options from buying treatments in bulk to a money-back guarantee. vicky nguyen shows us how one program really delivered for a local family. >> once upon a time -- >> reporter: everyone has a story. but the story of young gavin liner began the way only 1% of babies lives begin. >> this is a st
NBC
Feb 14, 2011 11:00pm PST
from the white house today. president obama's bay area visit this beak and his newly proposed budget which will cut deep into california. >> i've worked on seven budgets that the president has sent to congress. this has the toughest cuts that i've ever worked on. >> sharp words there. it's a blue book filled with a lot of red ink. and it's got california's name written awful over ll over it. among the cuts, energy assistance programs for the poor, money to incarcerate illegal immigrants, block grants for neighborhood development and money for water projects. as for his itinerary, the president will arrive on thursday. he's expected to meet with tech executives, talk about job creation, green energy, education and innovation. no on who he'll be meeting or whether they'll be public. >>> san francisco isn't just feeling the love these days. for a group of people who show up every year for a giant valentine's day pillow fight. you heard me right. it's become a tradition for hundreds, but san francisco gets stuck with its cleanup costs. jean elie is in san francisco where the feath
NBC
Feb 4, 2011 11:00pm PST
obama says discussions have begun in egypt to create a temporary government. >>> dramatic insight from a uc-berkeley student with a ringside seat to the revolution. she's back in the bay area tonight. and her story and her video is coming up in about ten minutes. >>> one of the big stories locally, publicly they smiled for cameras, but behind the scenes it's been weeks of tug-of-war between gene kwan and anthony batz. batz is staying put but demanding change. just a photo community today, or there will be real changes for this department? >> reporter: i don't know. we don't know what's going to happen here in oakland, but we know that there is a big problem in the city of oakland. that's the radio communications system. and police chief anthony batz making no bones about it. it's a problem that needs to be dealt with, he says lives are at stake. six officers, a paramedic responding to a man shot in oakland. officers are working in pairs because of a persistent problem with the police radio system. >> any system that's not working properly, i want to make sure that officers can back eac
NBC
Feb 17, 2011 11:00pm PST
. president obama spending the night in the bay area. gathering the best and the bright nest silicon valley to help solve the nation's problems with some bay area innovation. good evening, everyone. i'm jessica aguirre. >> and i'm raj mathai. it was the most talked about dinner parent in the country tonight and it happened here. 11 men, one woman and the president, an elite gathering of silicon valley giants. you see the arrivals here in woodside tonight. the goal, pretty simple, promote new jobs and convince these business leaders to reinvest their cash back into the american economy. biio onsf dollars in cash that's sitting on the sidelines. the gathering on the peninsula lasted less than three hours but its impact might be felt for years. nbc's jean elle tracking president obama, joining us now from his hotel next door to sfo. jean? >> reporter: raj, the president arrived here at his hotel in millbrae around 10:00 after that meeting with high-tech executives in woodside. insiders say he wants their intake of how to grow business and jobs. president obama and his motorcade arrive at a privat
NBC
Feb 16, 2011 11:00pm PST
, pleasanton, union city and san ramon. >>> well, the white house has been very coy about president obama's bay area visit tomorrow night. despite several requests, they have yet to release any details about exactly mr. obama is meeting with or where. but we do know the first person to greet the president will be san francisco mayor ed lee. here's nbc's jean elie reporting tonight from san francisco where the president is expected to arrive around 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. >> when i shook the hand of president obama, i asked him if he can come to san francisco. and guess what? he's here. >> reporter: san francisco mayor ed lee says face time with the president pays. lee will be greeting mr. obama at sfo thursday. he says he won't waste a second because this presidential visit is about investing in job creation. >> he's coming with a smart checkbook, a checkbook that is aimed at investing in places where it's going to grow and jobs are created and that those jobs will impact our local economy in a very direct way. >> reporter: the president is meeting with high-tech innovators, industry leaders li
NBC
Feb 13, 2011 11:00pm PST
valentine's day, first lady michelle obama told report terse secret of her successful marriage is laughter an romance. the first lady said she and president obama share a lot of laughs together even with the stresses of political life. they have been married 19 years. i guess they got married the same year i did. they try not to take themselves too seriously and still try to find ways to have fun and keep each other smiling along the way. the first lady says it helps that the president is very romantic. always remembering birthdays, anniversary, and other important personal dates. and what does she expect for valentine's day? she says the first husband can never go wrong with a little bit of jewelry. thanks for watching the bay area at 11:00. we've got "sports sunday" up next. the full scene from pebble beach as bill murray steals the show and makes history. plus the warriors in a thriller at the arena. laurence scott is next on "sports sunday." happy valentine's day. >>> and now an nbc bay area editorial. >> nationwide, states are debating the pros and cons of teacher tenure, and
NBC
Feb 11, 2011 11:00pm PST
the people has undone 30 years of power. as president obama put it, egypt and the middle east will never be the same again. here is a live look at cairo now. liberation square where it is 9:00 in the morning on saturday. the tents are still up and people are moving about. but it is a much different scene than the last 2 1/2 weeks. they are waking up with the knowledge they have won this battle. most of the protesters have never known another leader. and egyptians we talked to said it is still hard to believe it's real. their protests turned revolution. the big question now is what happens next? good evening, i'm diane dwyer in tonight for jessica aguirre. >> and i'm raj mathai. 30 years of oppression dissolved in less than three weeks. we are witnessing one of the most significant revolutions in the modern day history. a new day and a new era. but the rebirth of egypt is filled with obstacles. here's where we stand entering this weekend. egyptians managed to push their 82-year-old president, hosni mubarak, out of office. the military has stepped in and has promised to soon reveal t
NBC
Feb 5, 2011 11:00pm PST
steeler nation. >> president barack obama, by the way, in case you're interested, will not be at the super bowl in the big chill. instead he's inviting about 100 people over to the white house to watch the big game. guests we're told will include lawmakers from both parties including sing eers. >>> more than 3,000 pounds of beef from the company american food service are recalled over e. coli concerns. it was served mainly at restaurants in southern california. ground beef patties, beef taco meat and ground beef used in chili, there's concern that some of this meat could still be in freezers at restaurants across southern california. >>> free checking? rest in peace. it was nice while it last. new banking rules are reportedly to blame, and we're going to all have to pay. big banks say new rules are costing them billions of dollars a year. they say since banks are making less money on credit card transaction fees, interest rates and late payments, they need to make it back somewhere else apparently. they're already phasing in the charges. large regional banks are likely expected to fo
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